SAUX – TO COME BACK HOME – 29th March, 2019 Amsterdam’s Saux opens up on late night jam ‘To Come Back Home’

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Progressive R&B inspired by late-night city feelings and'80s pop. - Complex   Lucid electronics with a tropical tinge, matching pop to a searching sense of imagination. - Clash On new track ‘To Come Back Home’ Amsterdam producer-musician Saux sings about relationship insecurities over 80s-inspired pop grooves. The song combines slick, punchy production with warm, smooth vocals and makes a perfect addition to a late night playlist. Counting over 10 million Spotify streams, a COLORS show and previous support on BBC1xtra, Complex and Clash, the track signals the start of a new chapter for the self-effacing young artist. Besides his solo-work, Saux is one half of emerging new band City Park. Talking about the track Saux recounts: "Lately I’ve been listening to ‘Sign O' The Times’ by Prince a lot, and the new Blood Orange and Tirzah albums. For ‘To Come Back Home’ I started playing around with some LinnDrum grooves playing DX7 synths and guitar runs. Writing lyrics about being in a relationship, fighting and making up and trying to do the right thing, I tried to make something honest and heartfelt. Then I got in touch with Joya Mooi (Dutch South African singer) and she really helped to elevate the track." track links: Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2WmySwS Apple Music: https://apple.co/2JDKSbF

Progressive R&B inspired by late-night city feelings and’80s pop. – Complex

 

Lucid electronics with a tropical tinge, matching pop to a searching sense

of imagination. – Clash

On new track ‘To Come Back Home’ Amsterdam producer-musician Saux sings about relationship insecurities over 80s-inspired pop grooves. The song combines slick, punchy production with warm, smooth vocals and makes a perfect addition to a late night playlist. Counting over 10 million Spotify streams, a COLORS show and previous support on BBC1xtra, Complex and Clash, the track signals the start of a new chapter for the self-effacing young artist. Besides his solo-work, Saux is one half of emerging new band City Park.

Talking about the track Saux recounts:

“Lately I’ve been listening to ‘Sign O’ The Times’ by Prince a lot, and the new Blood Orange and Tirzah albums. For ‘To Come Back Home’ I started playing around with some LinnDrum grooves playing DX7 synths and guitar runs. Writing lyrics about being in a relationship, fighting and making up and trying to do the right thing, I tried to make something honest and heartfelt. Then I got in touch with Joya Mooi (Dutch South African singer) and she really helped to elevate the track.”

track links:

Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2WmySwS

Apple Music: https://apple.co/2JDKSbF

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